William Huang

Deputy CIO, University of Texas System
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Huang

SI 2021 CIO Virtual Summit: Designing the Future, Defining the Boundaries

The Scottsdale Institute virtually convened 23 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior executives from 22 member organizations for its ...
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      David Hall, MD

      CIO, OSF HealthCare System
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      Hall

      SI 2021 CIO Virtual Summit: Designing the Future, Defining the Boundaries

      The Scottsdale Institute virtually convened 23 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior executives from 22 member organizations for its ...
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      SI 2017 CMIO Fall Summit

      "The CMIO's Emerging Role in Enterprise Leadership" The Scottsdale Institute 2017 Chief Medical Information Officers Fall Summit brought together 17 ...
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          Lisa Dykstra

          SVP and CIO, Lurie Children’s
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          Dykstra

          SI 2022 Telehealth Virtual Roundtable

          Discussion Hosts – Matt Anderson, MD, MBA, CPE, CMIO, HonorHealth Medical Group, and Gretchen Brown, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, EDAC, Associate CNIO, Stanford ...
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          SI 2022 Data + Analytics Virtual Roundtable

          Many health systems recognize the value of data, however, building a data-driven organization is no easy task. Join this analytics ...
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          SI 2021 Innovation Virtual Summit – Making Waves: Innovation as a Cultural Mindset

          Discussing the operations of innovation, the benefits and challenges of technological disruption and the ways successful organizations are following trends ...
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          SI 2021 CIO Virtual Summit: Designing the Future, Defining the Boundaries

          The Scottsdale Institute virtually convened 23 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior executives from 22 member organizations for its ...
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              Jeff Sturman

              Jeff Sturman is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer at Memorial Healthcare System/South Broward Hospital District. Previously he was a Partner with Cumberland Consulting Group, a national healthcare IT consultancy, as well as Ernst & Young’s Healthcare Consulting practice. Mr. Sturman has over 25 years of healthcare experience, specifically in the planning, management and facilitation of digital transformation, organizational change, operational impacts, and overall governance. He is an accomplished, results-driven executive with demonstrated success leading healthcare digital initiatives.

              Bio posted April 2021

                  Meghan Hendricks

                  Meghan Hendricks is an executive technology leader who has spent the past 18 years in the healthcare industry.  She is experienced in both patient care delivery and payer technology solutions.

                  She was born and raised in Minnesota and attended Marquette University where she majored in Business Administration.  After starting her career in the banking industry, Meghan took a rather circuitous route in finding her passion – healthcare tech.

                  Meghan enjoys collaborating with clinician and operational leaders to develop solutions aligned with their strategic goals as they seek to improve the health of patients.   She firmly believes the most dangerous phrase in the English language is “because we’ve always done it that way”.

                  Meghan joined Ascension Technologies in 2018 and is currently a Vice President of Relationship & Demand Management leading a team of Regional Technology Officers across the system.  The team partners with ministries across the country in developing strategies and removing technology friction from the business of delivering care.

                  Meghan and her husband Tom enjoy living in the Third Ward neighborhood of Milwaukee with Larry – their very naughty rescue cat.  Personally, Meghan enjoys spending time with their nieces, reading, travel and landscape photography.

                  Bio posted April 2021
                  Hendricks

                  SI 2021 CIO Virtual Summit – May 5

                  CIO Affinity Group | Event Trends Issues, Solutions, Strategies Latest concerns and trends - HIT Current Priorities Shared learnings with others, ...
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                  SI 2021 CIO Virtual Summit: Designing the Future, Defining the Boundaries

                  The Scottsdale Institute virtually convened 23 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior executives from 22 member organizations for its ...
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                      Jon Goldberg

                      Jon Goldberg has 30 years of health care leadership experience spanning health systems, technology start-up, and consulting. Prior to Joining Edward-Elmhurst Health in 2020, Jon served as Chief Innovation and Information officer for the Arkansas Children’s system, where he was responsible for technology, innovation, telecommunications, telemedicine, analytics, and clinical engineering. Prior to Arkansas Children’s, Jonathan served as vice president and chief information officer for Albany, New York-based St. Peter’s Health Partners.

                      Jon’s career began at the New York City Health and Hospital Corporation, the country’s largest public health system, followed by roles at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Lenox Hill Hospital, also of New York. He has served as a consultant at Healthlink providing strategic advisory services to hospitals and was one of the first employees of Omnicell, a health care technology startup based in Palo Alto, CA.

                      Jon was a founder and former board member of Hixny, a health information exchange in New York. He holds certifications with the College of Health Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).  He is a 2006 recipient of the Albany Business Review “40 under 40” award.

                      Jon holds a BA in Public Administration from the State University of New York at Albany and a Master’s degree in Health Administration from Long Island University.

                      Bio posted April 2021

                          Donna M. Roach, CHCIO, FCHIME, FHIMSS

                          Chief Information Officer, University of Utah Health, Salt Lake City, Utah

                          Donna Roach serves as the Chief Information Officer for the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics (UUHC).  Previous to this, she was the Vice President for Information Services at BJC HealthCare and Washington University Medical School and oversaw the Epic program for the 15 BJC Hospitals, the 700 physician medical group, in addition to the 2200 physician member Washington University Medical School Faculty Practice Plan and affiliated practices.

                          With more than 35 years’ experience in the healthcare industry, Roach has focused on healthcare information technology for the past 30 years. She was with Ascension Information Services, serving as the Chief Information Officer in the St. Louis corporate office, the Gulf Coast, Kansas, Michigan and New York markets. Prior to this, she held the CIO role at Bronson Health in Kalamazoo, Michigan and Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Illinois.

                          Roach earned her Bachelor of Science Degree, Health Administration, from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and her Master of Science in Health Systems Management from Rush University Medical College in Chicago. She completed her Fellowship at the Veterans Administration, Chicago.

                          Roach is a Certified Healthcare Chief Information Officer, a Fellow within the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and Healthcare Information Management Systems Society and served on the Board for the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives. Previously, she was the President of the Michigan Chapter of Healthcare Information Management Systems Society and Chair for the Michigan Hospital Association Technology Board.

                          She has taught at the University of Illinois – Circle Campus, Rush Medical College, Department of Health Systems Management, and UCONN, Health Administration.

                          Bio posted April 2021
                          Roach

                          SI 2021 CIO Virtual Summit: Designing the Future, Defining the Boundaries

                          The Scottsdale Institute virtually convened 23 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior executives from 22 member organizations for its ...
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                              Carrie Damon

                              Carrie Damon is the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Centura Health. Centura Health is the Rocky Mountain and Central Plains region’s health care leader with 17 hospitals, two senior living communities, health neighborhoods, physician practice and clinics, home care and hospice services and Flight For Life® Colorado, and an extensive network of providers across Colorado and western Kansas, with $3.8 billion annual net revenue. In her role as CIO, she is responsible for strategy, execution and support of all clinical and business systems, informatics, architecture, data and analytics, infrastructure and operations, security, project management and business relationship management. Her team partners with the clinical and business leaders to deliver value and is comprised of highly talented individuals with both IT and clinical backgrounds. IT continues to demonstrate its commitment to providing a world-class health record for patients and providers through consistently being rated as a top performer, with a 9 Gold Star rating, in Epic’s Honor Roll program.

                              Prior to joining Centura Health, Carrie was the Vice President of IT at Molson Coors Brewing Company where she where she implemented a new organizational strategy and structure, leading to an improvement in quality by 10% and productivity by 45% in less than two years.  She has also held executive leadership positions focused on driving cultural and transformational change, improving customer experience, and leading growth, technology, and digital enablement initiatives at both Western Union and Accenture.

                              Carrie received her Bachelor of Arts in economics from Colorado College and is currently actively pursuing her master’s degree in Healthcare Administration at Colorado State University. Carrie and her husband, Tony, live in Denver and have two daughters.

                              Bio posted December 2020

                                  Hans Keil, MBA

                                  Hans Keil is senior vice president and chief information officer for Beaumont Health, Michigan’s largest health care system, based on inpatient admissions and net patient revenue.

                                  Keil joined Beaumont in 2020 from PerkinElmer, a multinational corporation focused on products and services for diagnostics, life science research and food, environmental and industrial testing. Over his 18 years at PerkinElmer, he served in a variety of roles covering e-commerce, digital marketing, call center operations and software product management before becoming CIO in 2014. As CIO, he led efforts to modernize IT capabilities, enhance fiscal discipline, bolster cybersecurity and commercialize a cybersecurity service and software offering for pharmaceutical laboratories. Prior to PerkinElmer, Keil was a program manager in the U.S. Department of Commerce, supporting the development of various federal websites for the Department of Defense, IRS and Customs Service.

                                  Currently, Keil serves as an advisory board member to CyberStarts, an Israeli early stage venture capital firm focused on cybersecurity startups. He also served 15 years in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve as a marine science technician.

                                  Keil earned his bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Western Ontario, a master’s in International Affairs from American University and his Master of Business Administration degree from Babson College.

                                  Beaumont Health is a not-for-profit organization formed in 2014 to provide patients with greater access to compassionate, extraordinary care, no matter where they live in Southeast Michigan. It consists of eight hospitals with 3,429 beds, 194 outpatient sites, nearly 5,000 physicians, 38,000 employees and 3,500 volunteers. In 2018, the organization had $4.7 billion in net revenue with nearly 178,000 inpatient discharges, 572,000 emergency visits and 18,000 births. Learn more at Beaumont.org.

                                      Brandon Gockley

                                      VP, Technology Services, Mosaic Life Care
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                                      Gockley

                                      SI 2021 CIO Virtual Summit: Designing the Future, Defining the Boundaries

                                      The Scottsdale Institute virtually convened 23 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior executives from 22 member organizations for its ...
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                                      SI 2020 CIO Virtual Summit: New Alignment for IT in an Era of Rapid Change

                                      The Scottsdale Institute convened 25 chief information officers for a CIO Virtual Summit on December 8, 2020, to discuss how ...
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